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Check the 2015 ATA Show Dealer/Retailer Guide for Can’t Miss Events

Shannon Rikard November 21, 2014

The 2015 ATA Trade Show – the archery and bowhunting industry's largest and most inclusive show – will be in Indianapolis January 8 to 10 at the Indiana Convention Center. The ATA Show Dealer/Retailer Guide has mailed, and highlights many Show features you shouldn’t miss. With 8,000 attendees and more than 550 exhibitors covering 200,000 square feet of booth space, you can expect a busy show featuring the industry’s best and newest optics, cutlery, outdoor apparel, archery…

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2014 Archery & Bowhunting Summit Registration and Hotel Deadline is Approaching

Shannon Rikard November 4, 2014

If you are planning to attend the 2014 Archery and Bowhunting Summit in Louisville December 2-5, you must register and book your hotel today! The deadline to reserve your room at The Brown Hotel and lock in the room rate of $139 is Monday, November 10. We strongly encourage booking your reservation prior to the deadline even if you are awaiting travel approval as there is a large convention in the city and rooms are limited. Your card will not be charged prior to your arrival.…

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ATA Is Now Accepting Nominations for its Board of Directors

ATA Staff October 30, 2014

If you have ideas about what the ATA should do, you need to join the ATA Board of Directors. You can directly impact the ATA Trade Show, strategies used by ATA to invest in archery programs and facilities, efforts to maintain and protect bowhunting and ongoing work with state and federal government officials and agencies. Volunteering is easy! Qualifications All companies that are regular members may nominate their CEO or someone on their leadership team for election to the ATA Board of Directors.…

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Your Essential ‘Hunger Games’ Cheat Sheet

Shannon Rikard October 20, 2014

Whether you’ve read “The Hunger Games” trilogy, watched the movies, or simply heard of the series that’s credited with promoting archery to new audiences – especially teenage girls – it’s good to know the gist of the series and why it matters to the archery industry. The young-adult trilogy consists of “The Hunger Games,” “Catching Fire” and “Mockingjay.” The first two books were made into movies, with “Catching…

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